In a Spin

 teachMathematics: In a Spin

"Record results from a virtual spinner and discover the theory behind experimental probability."Spin, spin, spin, … Collecting data is very important to get a feeling for what happens in a probability experiment. The thing is, you really need to collect a lot to get a good idea of how experimental probability and theoretical probability are related. Nobody wants to actually spin a spinner hundreds of times. If you...

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